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By Kyla Wahlstrom
University of Minnesota 

Sleepy teenage brains need school to start later in the morning


September 13, 2017

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(THE CONVERSATION) Millions of high schoolers are fighting with their alarm clocks as they start another academic year. As they struggle to get up early, parents battle to get them out of bed and off to school – a stressful way for everyone involved to start the day.

Are teenagers just being lazy when they have to be dragged out of bed in the morning?

According to the National Sleep Foundation, the sleep requirement for teenagers is eight to 10 hours per night. Yet, the averag...

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